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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 February 1894

. ' i il vi  LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL , ., 1-: · aa·. as asWiI apM lp@II  e-w w ses at the Crew Were p. Not Insted - O 'sas they rwed at hbi _m brth.Wy iipereloes. Ta e *su ma ioet t matte in the thA h:. 1a lid s 3aog e. ýag T e fiss d t he wuhen wviU*kn*5 d bimars do r-o a6~i- heblay bLi a "bb5 trn od the pes. ue "e t- ne tEitate m 111kui t 'I. bth at the boho+Pbe. i -W"SW,.all. i .'1r b. treted hits egaUd '., Ip uses at tod h etpy, o he pSt o aesh." o. s"Not arbl of it; h it'all of,' e eas, i anow his inyou'd d is t rest, eoattesund p Pa Sdon t wonder shtime ould not stand his r. Par, soheo was a gve-lookin young man, and he looked portentous- d ly solemn as he sat reading a brief In e" the temple that night. When he had ia done he went out to supper with some al of the cleverest of his friends. I When he came back he turned grave h again, and sat down and wrote a long letter about Six and his sins to the d president of the C. U. B. C., who read a it in solemn silence at b...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 February 1894

On JiI 1st ext. the 'postal note u till g, out of existerlao as a public8 autsance. T'1ý mney -rder wil- re place it. !- (ms. - ore ipes, Im-p sevbi, ieswges, msde lWte.y 100 . " t . p, t y am u te miles in 3t amiutnita fed t.sodho the A sew ftadu The fresh e' gleii ow st.te West.yal, Utverpitry t Mid- th di tny. Con., are gow w.r-'aýg t Blads reuoe. More T art an eoua.ther line n their tlooks, the rls re be Frt Soz i g.l Where will it stopt? . Oka . ......$111a. ..- en te i'e Bomsiton sciety po the f P tin of Crutra y to ti *itseas tr s out theD a fiat thU t tsome who ,wear Cael- u e ats as ornaments ma m ase thens lao to get ride of the ches triea* ta1 h fla, comtnlyealed In ELglisb, the a bed bnug. _ _ _ The Burlingt) on i tre tin ransta till 6aIapany has sssignid. .('aus : doi Bad rkes oIn Texas and Southern ti-" points. We think they hid severtal Mt "leks In East Carroll pariih. YOu ja will do well to took at your pLia ies 0 and insure agoain. N. A fact that the Businuss Youn...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 February 1894

"M -- 141 k lot tvý.rl te3Nt~ 11ralC is ; . - iak .. 01 tlit~~~datwa ~ #I~ o iatl oery Lll I 614 !' neat dooa . O; 3!'tClt Ctý.43 iht«rii .. Ji o u' s *I a tt. uat tte v B.IBBARU, n tgk CW. 'I'' ~a 6os. gii~`1 <[~ . Tb rivr i bil riin. UL g.hsi b* bat a~ pceS nreLo"tICCtfle1Xt0 oil fai SnS.tbiao.4.ec ]st37 ilia river bits rientilt'l 5 ~ a 3.41 hya ~belg~t.1It~t@. ll Ie VI.IC7 Mr.l~i W. S 11. KeocceiinJr.wsi 1 lawn.,IRA D titNuta' tI Dr. W. ). Bill Wslnh f fur . tiatlnl 16.1 Yidt wa. Ittwl l.Ct I,1 n,4dat.v akI l-lngiiflui.1 The' tbmril war. bis ul af ratice mit Mr. 1V. II. BmuasiJ»irnil Jr..wa eediig 1 tf% new itla i h l t ieay frrdstl hr~. Wi.tr~ I a.l B -ile a. 'lia ver his' i f~'ir,e .liit. ,iIY upainte. eire inn)tt Mill . Jle'im lE.t 8u d t u r .ay 'turll. d i' auni~l lice ratalk -in gettingr hafiluos ina b~TletIdr " a~lnid Islidh .t ru~ii.. r 'it,"h dr.neV. Dil ~l ute*etie tli a tew slar at N Iht+ Ale iiit. Overuws w .44.50 feel. rc~mn U Ed.I lirtrieac t.t it al er t."ii fac...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 February 1894

eWfortee-ml aa e wpaspI inao . ease. «Awn . I"! madI oas aa e Hone's baisuapaieUl Atte sta Lagt learratlo the m letS sad hvay nsot trsed. Whyoi l a ae. eal bottle the wond asttbe hipt The third bottle me -as IstlIavtIm. CeA. A. S araoLW W WesWw0 1. as leasr the tbe pableto1 att Lo Sliris the best floeat moat. I cheerfully recommend it." SOLD BY ALL DRUCCIST$. O POHeS, no. Oldme $.0 Prepared by 1. L. LYONS & CaO w5u~S wtbW e eb1sstont..L The Greatest Medical Discovero of the Age. KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY. O MALD E.EY, OF i , me ., Has discovered in one of our common pasture weeds a remedy that cures every kind of Humor, from the worst Scrofula down to s common Pimple. He has tried it in over eleven hundred cases, and never failed except in two cases (both thunder humor). He has now in his possession over two hundred certifcates of its-value, all within twenty miles of Boston. A benefit Is always experienced from the first bottle and a perfect cure is war ranted when the right...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 March 1894

-14 - n `-c- ·+*' a'y VOLUM VI.LAKE PROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA., SA VOLUME Vl A WINTER RACE. "Ye AS ceboat Adventure on the psagl 1 S qulebanlna Sher. "K boat It was a bitterly cold afternoon Ii the 'ecember. On the rlvr shee, front Brace of the little village of Port Treverton, Dick. were aembled nerly a score of men Ph and boys. The latter were largely in the majority, aad they were as noisy p" as most boys are There was som e- Prom coe for excitement. This was the day An fi~ed for the race between the rival suit .daboats. The .nnishing tonehes had lyon 'tee put to them only that morning. lb Very feasintang they looked, with turn their fluttering white sails end pol- The abed runners, they rested on the to th glueq ce bebind a jutting paetoty It ws etooka and btbe. TW s alike cult Salsoe sad constraetioe Beik had a COPIJ movable rummr beha , worked by an been ordinary tUler. Each litied with bet a sloop mainsail as" The Almlttt fonm belonged to Andy (% sa aPreak owsi snyd...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 March 1894

Ptitasher Mad se Pru etor. "~VPOSafflr1 8* P33 TZAa. pot declared a dlvidend in twaom years. "hRy iurploy abosut 4W0 haeds, and Esy cut the w:ges 18 'r :ent this l ear in order to neble thutm to rn. s*asIu.s sas ls ta.idstill thIn Vicks uorgf we unsderstand that a lrg.e ,t yood house discharged eita $~stkse in .* d aiy, sad othesi are orkino iea tsetose4 salary. : aboua~.~ tmat"i it sp teres-. th had t: s Sw eIky utebb ie .1 te h t Ulng i-no n peao traveling stin be waty lage naet Sspriig a sed amer. All theb berths on the Trensatlantie, of ard sad Amerlican lines are lrady engaged Snto abota the math of August; Rotme day last week, a planter *arn Sa4nyesde, Ark., weat to reSaville, liss., to get corin meal aest only got tear barrels is the uearue to r. wheat the matter with. that boop ag otty? 's enee srg dytarlte bomb throwinag is now a I Jadiy occurrence in Partis; make a as*mew d, and be will rev4ege himself by throwlig a dynamite bomb in your louse. This is the result of godl...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 March 1894

, I. . *r xu" , "O~--da. for; ea 184M Of ext vowt UPl ou Oh Be valitnt. any*4Atl * As oft' Wi ****" New Cholly Will sden- . And CitPI once msofneott Cornel to; ti an East ad courts th atreused The Cit prompt as*etlo to a n s, to me, )ept chorliuer down Tue . guards. )ea' lstls. reven hut, Graduate Baltimore Cllege of entl laii Sur erT. C(lce hours. 8 to 1:80-4 to a. Over ils Drua trtg t Vck IEr ur iJ. at 43 lest TOL10 1 . DAV sL , to merch AttCr'22O? E t Z'a W s, . Like Providetº,L La.er At Jdge MipatSoi's  law ol famlilles, rented t h V , . - tow., an be otitda'>'º :.: !!!.'; o s rl e of Wheal wu te 8ut heir eha t 8Govern frelght. vle ntotdrugate =19 s111 f rb na of cite uiutlil e In. on hi ws ek . .Bckner waGow ern She.eb st.A.lt o yseif Panes aaudttat Iia e the M.eS t ll t he vacancy C ery0b has ofosptd na dtLat body by the of ltb tet arler ae redon. Jf. ehn 1 1D. 10. T iusyea r stos Ie will dm Where was the Sunny South last Sold b week? A I "Little Oliver" has quit chec...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 3 March 1894

REOIOUS OTE1. Tax pope hes Issued aaeamnyllesiel 'oining upon (athoalos the study ef the Scriptures. Tas Woman's Foreign Missinary society of the Methodist 15pisopal church at its recent meeting at St Paul appropriated 810,000 for the com ing year. Iw 186t the Beirut press printed IS, t7e,.74 poges, of which there were 6, 8r5,000 pages of Scriptur Since it was founded it has printed .84,10T,0-6. That mensathat forevery siagle work ing hour of 1905 that press gave out sepesseof Christian littrature. And sioe its founding in ItS # has poured forth .50 pages for every working hoer oft very working day i every veer.--Mislonarv Review. From Catarrh It is But a tep To Consumption Aand tousaS or people ar a-oo oear tly I rst e tfanS se p. U YoU hLve ttsrrh In the Hea do opt salow is tapreesr iaeeed andl mebeeked. It Ie al sgsse o the *ystm sad mot bspIy At she nase sad Msst. The blood  tsebls Msery partof s k theretofe the cely way to .wte tarr is S tae $0 thorough blood paler lIke Boo...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 March 1894

VOLUME VI. LAKE PROVIDENCE, EATCARROLL PARISH, LA., SA 10 0 8 e l. e e n .-.---- e .-- - . e .. . . .. . . . . rain .. .i.ni... n .. . I II n ,""-magi 1'- W ..... - . _ . l"I I HENRY WOODFORDSY WIFE. A Chanoe Bit of Gossip That Changed Her Life. "Well, tell me about Henry Wood ford. How did that match turn out?" "Iadly enough, thus far. He is the same delightful, good-natured fellow, always ready to do a kind thing. But that woman will be the rain of him." "-Dw? What Is the trouble?" "The trouble is, she fancies herself an invalid; lies around, does nothing lat read-has every foolish whim grat fied; sad, in fact, I don't see how he atands It." "Did she have any property?" "Not a ct a t was an out-and-oaut love match. She has expensie tastes, and Is indolent sad extravagant Why, his carriage hire is a big item of itself She eouldn't possibly walk a blok, you know." "Perhaps she is velly a suerer." "Nonsensel She had that fall, you reammberb, at the at rink. At first her -pipe w...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 March 1894

LAKg pSoVWP3re CL. LA. j&w A s N. TURNEr.n . he Paotbher and lProntetoe. lena sOUnCRIPTION: tni YPEr TAR. prat -- ----- the Maturday, . . Maroh - 10, 1$84 cii t lanm Thete are 10,iOO people out of no employment in otoon. con . .. - .. ... pos 'he Governor of Tfehs has been seal indicted at Nacogdoches for viola- bhe ting the game law. Many complaints have been made boil ataanst L. C. Dulasy of Isequa, is e ot ill-treat sent of the convicts that hsd he has leased. e ~------------atedl Pendergrast. the ass.win of Mayor ciy flarriwcm of Chicago,. is to be hanged 1m on good Frday next. Another day Ir' could have been easil ehosen. sur The Qneens 'apeech proroguing the Pae Parliamtnt is only fifteen lines; the old lI~y is brief, hbut speaks the Queen's nglih, doe'i you know. " SThe Secaretary of War has forbid- pi, den football conteste betWeen Ann- Inat ispoif and West Potnt. 1 "Sai ensi they are detrhiental to the discipline the 'and the stntdis iof tih edet a.li 'the Wntgome...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 March 1894

I L-+ peme W "II [S~i orthe of fker iit ll i '" e # Ist sl llan f r ,L. c r 'rz 3tt& u m, Ithe asM l t &YX lit =: A wardpe e IPrisa bl r I!. Us. hr L Y d in s r iKd e he s~ e rlf the ry c' m-b " .rls e l olior C +l L ouisUq. WMer I en adChri M 'i. t I)tirre in tCh c..y ;unay * The MDiaro i.eMi y wilmove ulel their rew re id 4 e in about ten day. Mr. I..- S hiehld C is irculnig d Mr. Yan,-y hie1 left fis New Ori lea e o  urday morning " ll t. postºukler Trl "or went tW'l to lre. fial Cli" SV.dnqpday, relurnl,g - e-tterd y tltorning. Mr. It J. Wfalker has nearly cod-. plet,'. r largl bMri on Trl. ,e ylvaui for Mr. I11 Itl. Graham. Miss l),,llie ((ot,lledy has been pemaidi lwte week at iloalnestead, the gU.st ti r li.- Itetj) a un . Mr. I. P. Brownl is gethig along alndly wih this attlie, cut.eiderlug thCrn I he ha.s f help i il erectil e it. th l,'v Waiteid rom Pl ber'n Pains. N1 i br. Ln Siaed a petait i . c tircu li hat e t riag di orit al s lit kew ioti. Mr. C. a. niat ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 10 March 1894

1MyOO - i' , • Irpu prrtIM . Teeawrs e w overI" r sa* i "a s evls preer e ts Neer merits become Iknow. O rde r bee eWah Iossu ad nsee wat my patrle say about it, who have tried it al over the eatry. C. Coss, Des 107, euckner, M o. It seems that the ood ponlat of somepeo SbWe all been e o.-Galvestoa Beow's This! We offer One Hndred Dollars Bewsrdfor asyce o C·arrh thot cannot be cured by I/ake Catrh CurL P. J. Cuasr & Co., rops., Toledo, O. W, the uanlde , have known P. J. Cneesy for t a e l yers, sad believe hibm perfectly hbonorable in all business transactlone sad land ay slue to carry out ay o made rby thelrfrn. bWest . g ar.f f Toledo, t. Halauss C Cure tos taken intesrally, ctlig directly on the blood and mucous t Sold by allDr syltm Tesimoia i free. Hall's FamilyP S. s Tea man of note is one who sever pays his debts.-Dallas News. The Only Way wo Cre cuateri tin the head Is to osma from the blood the Impurities which mussm au feed it. This ma be doms by takig Hood's Sara...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 March 1894

VOLUME VI. LAKEPROVIDENCE, EAST CARROLL PARISH, LA. SAT V V ;,;,.i~·i A MYSTERIOUS THIEF. t' hors $ow He Caused a Groat Oommo- had tion in a Rural Neighborhood. W the The whole country-side visu up in ever arms. Hardly a week had passed the the entire spring that the neighborhood aboi had not been graued by the report of thin some ftashatiampt to relieve a farmer aprit of his best horse and Sunday-go-to- suds -neeiitý tit: "I To be sirs, not in one case out of ten ing was it ever poled that any marauder moU had besen thin miles of the place; but Fi strange t eises had been heard Barn- mon daCasit wee. distinctly remembered clail to han hes festened the nilght before " war b efoa wide open the next morn- '1 ing, sad kisoe Instance a whole bag of vil oats ha4 aateriously disappeared. tar of e. .aoa e others thsa horses N thbev.S-W1 were known to be in the eels slinftpdaould have perpetrated such our deed.."he air was filled with fague hors -md g dread.- Ad bold-hearted W a 'Iibo rea...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 March 1894

THE BAINER-ODEOCAT, rULtesl1sS " EVEil SATURDAY AT ati LAKE IIOYWIDNCE LA. to . - . . . - --- - I il [_ . i.II te eUBacIrtoo7IO : OO PER YEAR. N jo Saturday, - lMarch - 17, 1894 c. From afl appearancees Z1ty will at soon be a republics. Bret Ilarte earns $1U,000 a year th from the sale of his books. pe The Greenville street railway was sold on Monday last by the Sheriff. Mrs Gladitone is 81 years old, Kpnghtly and in good health. She 8i and the grand old' m.a make a noble no couple. BI The Southern Pacile I. R. Com pany is soon to use in New Orleans a new telephone, very much superior w to the Graham-Bell telephone. WI The latest fad among the New Or- th leans girls is to-carry a little stattle tl of St. Joseph in their pockets, that Al the saint may send them a good ps husband. is ons--m~-* The two negroes who murdered li Mike Kane, the levee contractor, i and Professor Van Hote, were ex ecuted mn Baton Rouge on Friday M list. __ No musie of any kind can be made of in any town of ...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 March 1894

sh.wslkasro.4 (oanollolr 4ll A ntita nl tm WOlprte an, bued of eo aU I Rmt crre; a - ýt SapiBs. . A. mas j Wout o: the State. t ge pecmal a ed to us. septi prompt Jattention to ahl b lta* oe d e raduate Bltimore College of Dental be -urgery. Cfli.e bour, 8 to 180--4 to S. the Over Cassell'a Drug Store, Vicksburg, Mitw. LTTO17 F. AVZS, levee Lar . rovidenee, La. Te. At Judge -:Montgozmoe'Js. law of8fc. S- #lzup' .I reVy sod tel fo r t to t- o o the Para h .I. g1_ . sgo Terrl it tre re neal A blofom . J u to eon et the Parnsh t Kea.p up the talk of an oil mill. sre The indications point to no over- tee job. court. U. To.dIh y St. Patrick's day ind theT "lIe river commenced to rise one for the river shtc March t 11 the hasl rlsen 3. a5 feenr ,Lat. tbd b .t a tAll kind of gard. en seed Gue to I ard's the drug o epre rom East troll fuIt trehe ae alol in oblf h aihfouos- m ev TKep up the talk of success oil mill. onstacy of The indic kniowledge point to no over-nly c flow. A self-made m...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 17 March 1894

iem -ses se s as 'leaN idbtir eNider 4 ' +r 1/II- 1 Meý -'i ". a t$tsOam% H e, taS. ta -I en e s s Ib oi o arn'e l wle too- asa ]tp. yrsigtl may who lIs lat a I' na the bs orlMb bent peoduos. tPairn et hyule begt, wiL uatsst the alue to bealth ct the pse liquid 1 lkastiflewIn i eambraied la s a naKýy, o~lnan1 heF r 1 Itsan ds isd to is ausetg i the form most est a ead Ic sat to the taspo the 6he hisadrel proeAlo, because it set ea the KLM ae her andtlswdiesitekbo Tea algthecan it is perotly tae bA. Sn o'8t te by E ldrsqgn e v e r y o b j e c tid b on l e b a f e t a st d e a - -p theis ýorit-t is aia a ueted b- t he (mlhia Fig Syuos Co.a y, wbesne is quoeiatrly i iulgmn, lan theee a npus. y.am wl rad. coespts aCtie. t . , t a a a Srto areei d on ot Iut owerh dan-d osd $(dF manyu. I terflly recomead t." st mua , ee. a "l "al . ne Ste ..-cstrou can ks eep Dis Dary r eraenctly digesed-yat Tey .ak.nWd digesteion is wicl as strenthened by. it. oN yII ie CUorsmpios s LOUa of OOK dS...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 March 1894

VOLUME VI. LAKEPRO, EAST CA RO VOI M , m , mm i nm • mm m l CE + m I ~ , II ~T B` ~ . . ,= ",--.-,Timtmg, A STORY OF FESTIVITY. Rev. Dr. Talmae Rlpeats the DI vine Iavitstion. wCome. Frr 4U Thingt Are New Read" -A stis toe the Oert mad tlsbees east of Jom.' Usbesdmed Love. 'Ike following sermon on the subjeet wt "Feativity" was delivered by Rev. °T. DeWitt Talmage in the Blooklyn tblesacle, being based on the text. Q1e. for %ll things are now read.--LukO, a3a. 11. It was one of the most exciting times Is Enaglish history when Queen Elisa beth visited lqnd Leicester at Kenil worth ensas The moment of her ar rivl was oneasdered so important that 11 the eloeks of the castle were s'teped, so that the hands might point to that natosoment as being the most sftneant ofall. te was greeted to the pat,s with eanltar Iap, 5 and torchts, Ma the tbander of csannon, *a"d irewuntka that .it the sight b- sstm : .eshe w as intesr drMe l. a id s sll, the ett sle of ls B 1 edt the bid dar h sshe...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 March 1894

f $i PTIO: $00 PRE L c -- r the I :.. - Merck - 2, 189 fl :OAYWE MAB AplelfWSBof lok `.`Tak b .s$3NOaX . love . Str ies earlprt the week Co .(ollowl ar. isvery larrived tnd rU gtprsrl eeD whee d ty apo*t  drge "alht r of h *m v er w t "hlefoia Iron all over his die$dS t ,s ro'te Fothkd r portbion.s .o tI Sito diisreus asmid eou º a ahfgne Ioi ti . iengombp. It whs '. .her be . atble pbIIIe `Usnued the hbih edtath. for .Jdge White's cod l - e. be gateSig of politdyal top tikers at the St. Charles ugatted til rath l t. Ondr CoSngteahmsa's opponeasn, loh e di benowt t adter h'lre the public, n lw ' qulppaed ior battle array. p akited by heebuteoraey of his die- divi tr1ct and sustrieed by an .nh.peaofti- g 9ebleeare er. Boa Scaking a bird' eye view of the cita It.aiiOe as it stands at present, Mr. ' º Ueeter's r baces arefthet best. Hie bia followieg already is very aIrge; sad a as the press conttiaes to come out o fa more and more for igh every weetk, Jan the people are loudertin t...

Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 March 1894

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Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Banner-Democrat. — 24 March 1894

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Publication Title: Banner-Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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